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They're off : The Virginia Gold Cup steeplechase is often upstaged by drinking and networking, but this weekend's races had an extra sideshow: New Jerseyites Katie O'Malley , 39, and Angus McCulloch , 42, exchanged vows between the third and fourth races in a tent sponsored by conservative advocacy group FreedomWorks. Second marriage for both. "I kind of like the chaos around us," said O'Malley, a fundraiser for a nonprofit.

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Love, etc.

BY Amy Argetsinger and Roxanne Roberts

They're off : The Virginia Gold Cup steeplechase is often upstaged by drinking and networking, but this weekend's races had an extra sideshow: New Jerseyites Katie O'Malley , 39, and Angus McCulloch , 42, exchanged vows between the third and fourth races in a tent sponsored by conservative advocacy group FreedomWorks. Second marriage for both. "I kind of like the chaos around us," said O'Malley, a fundraiser for a nonprofit.

05/10/2006
Biggest Foreign aid Recipient

Which country receives the most in total foreign aid from all donors? The official numbers show Iraq at the top with $3 to $18 billion in aid (depending on how you define "aid") and all the other recipient nations of the world at less than $3 billion per year. However, if you look at which nation benefits most from foreign subsidies, the U.S. would come out on top by a very wide margin.

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Biggest Foreign aid Recipient

BY Richard W. Rahn

Which country receives the most in total foreign aid from all donors? The official numbers show Iraq at the top with $3 to $18 billion in aid (depending on how you define "aid") and all the other recipient nations of the world at less than $3 billion per year. However, if you look at which nation benefits most from foreign subsidies, the U.S. would come out on top by a very wide margin.

05/10/2006
Tax Relief Passes through the Budget Conference

Yesterday, the House and Senate conferees extended President Bush's tax relief on capital gains and dividends. In 2003, President Bush and Congress cut capital gains and dividends taxes from 20% to 15%. It was set to expire in 2008 before the Budget conferees extended it until 2010. While it would have been nice for the conferees to permenantly extend such tax relief, the move is welcomed nonetheless. Since President Bush cut these taxes in 2003, the results have been nothing less than impressive.

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Tax Relief Passes through the Budget Conference

Yesterday, the House and Senate conferees extended President Bush's tax relief on capital gains and dividends. In 2003, President Bush and Congress cut capital gains and dividends taxes from 20% to 15%. It was set to expire in 2008 before the Budget conferees extended it until 2010. While it would have been nice for the conferees to permenantly extend such tax relief, the move is welcomed nonetheless. Since President Bush cut these taxes in 2003, the results have been nothing less than impressive.

05/09/2006
Abolish the OK Death Tax

Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs' Brandon Dutcher applaudes the state House for scrapping the Death Tax but says the Senate needs to do their moral duty and follow suit:

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Abolish the OK Death Tax

Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs' Brandon Dutcher applaudes the state House for scrapping the Death Tax but says the Senate needs to do their moral duty and follow suit:

05/08/2006
Sen. Grassley fights against vital tax legislation

May 08, 2006 The Phantom Tax Bill By Robert Novak WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Sen. Charles Grassley last Tuesday cavalierly rejected a summons to meet in the Oval Office with George W. Bush about tax legislation. Grassley, Senate Finance Committee chairman, said he could not make it because of visiting constituents from back home in Iowa. The real reason is that Grassley is playing his own game on tax legislation without interference from anybody, even the president. read rest of article here:

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Sen. Grassley fights against vital tax legislation

May 08, 2006 The Phantom Tax Bill By Robert Novak WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Sen. Charles Grassley last Tuesday cavalierly rejected a summons to meet in the Oval Office with George W. Bush about tax legislation. Grassley, Senate Finance Committee chairman, said he could not make it because of visiting constituents from back home in Iowa. The real reason is that Grassley is playing his own game on tax legislation without interference from anybody, even the president. read rest of article here:

05/08/2006
Sleazy Fliers Distort Judge Lipscomb's Record

Local judicial candidates tend to run low-key, high-minded campaigns. But fliers vilifying Presiding Judge Paul Lipscomb have pulled a Marion County race down to the level of a mud-wrestling match. The three fliers come from a political action committee with the chutzpah to call itself the Judicial Integrity Coalition. It is an offspring of FreedomWorks, a political group based in Washington, D.C., with a campaign center in Oregon.

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Sleazy Fliers Distort Judge Lipscomb's Record

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Local judicial candidates tend to run low-key, high-minded campaigns. But fliers vilifying Presiding Judge Paul Lipscomb have pulled a Marion County race down to the level of a mud-wrestling match. The three fliers come from a political action committee with the chutzpah to call itself the Judicial Integrity Coalition. It is an offspring of FreedomWorks, a political group based in Washington, D.C., with a campaign center in Oregon.

05/07/2006
Net Neutrality Nonsense

The current system of an unregulated Internet has fundamentally enhanced the way we communicate and conduct business. Unfortunately, several senators with little understanding of technology or economics are pushing for new government regulations called "network neutrality" that would alter what has made the Internet so successful in the first place.

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Net Neutrality Nonsense

The current system of an unregulated Internet has fundamentally enhanced the way we communicate and conduct business. Unfortunately, several senators with little understanding of technology or economics are pushing for new government regulations called "network neutrality" that would alter what has made the Internet so successful in the first place.

05/05/2006
FreedomWorks Activist Dismantles $25 million Bond!

Mayor vows fight for road bond after millage defeat CLAWSON- Opponents of Clawson's $25 million road bond proposal scored an upset victory at the polls on Tuesday after defeating the plan 51.7 percent to 48.3 percent. But Mayor Lisa Dwyer is not backing down, vowing that the issue will be back on the ballot in August. City officials labored for months to craft a bond proposal that they say is the best way to pay for things like road reconstruction, water and sewer upgrades and road-related amenities.

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FreedomWorks Activist Dismantles $25 million Bond!

Mayor vows fight for road bond after millage defeat CLAWSON- Opponents of Clawson's $25 million road bond proposal scored an upset victory at the polls on Tuesday after defeating the plan 51.7 percent to 48.3 percent. But Mayor Lisa Dwyer is not backing down, vowing that the issue will be back on the ballot in August. City officials labored for months to craft a bond proposal that they say is the best way to pay for things like road reconstruction, water and sewer upgrades and road-related amenities.

05/05/2006
10 Proposals Top $100,000 in Spending

Ten proposed initiatives have topped the $100,000 mark in contributions, but the campaign that has collected the most so far isn't assured of winning a spot on the Nov. 7 statewide ballot. In reports filed Thursday with the state Elections Division, backers disclosed they have raised $348,045 for their effort to create Oregon's first non-tribal casino at a defunct greyhound racetrack in Multnomah County. They spent all but $470.

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10 Proposals Top $100,000 in Spending

BY Peter Wong

Ten proposed initiatives have topped the $100,000 mark in contributions, but the campaign that has collected the most so far isn't assured of winning a spot on the Nov. 7 statewide ballot. In reports filed Thursday with the state Elections Division, backers disclosed they have raised $348,045 for their effort to create Oregon's first non-tribal casino at a defunct greyhound racetrack in Multnomah County. They spent all but $470.

05/05/2006
Net Neutrality Nonsense

The current system of an unregulated Internet has fundamentally enhanced the way we communicate and conduct business. Unfortunately, several senators with little understanding of technology or economics are pushing for new government regulations called "network neutrality" that would alter what has made the Internet so successful in the first place.

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Net Neutrality Nonsense

BY Arpan Sura

The current system of an unregulated Internet has fundamentally enhanced the way we communicate and conduct business. Unfortunately, several senators with little understanding of technology or economics are pushing for new government regulations called "network neutrality" that would alter what has made the Internet so successful in the first place.

05/05/2006

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